Key Stage 2
Scaled scores range 80 – 120; 100 is expected standard
2018
Year 6 – 45 children in class; 22/45 – 49% boys; 23/45 – 51% girls; 36/45 – 80% Pupil Premium Non PP

% Achieve Expected Standard (national comparison) 
Greater Depth 
Average Scale Score (national comparison) 
This cohort Reception outcomes

Reading 
49 (58) (75) 36% (55) b; 61% g; 44% (53) PP/67% 
16 20 
100 
49% ELG 
Writing 
80 (78) 77% b; 83% g; 78% PP / 89% 
16 20 

36% ELG 
SPAG 
76 (78) 77% b; 74% g; 72% PP / 89% 
33 
105 

Maths 
78 (80) (76) 82% (86) b; 74% g; 75% 68 PP/89% 
13 20/27 
103 
31% ELG 
Combined 49% (Nat 64%) W&M 73% GDS 4% (Nat 9%) 42% PP Combined / 67% Non
Key Stage 1 Scaled scores range 85 – 115; 100 is expected standard Year 2 – 30 children in class; 10/30  33% boys; 20/30  67% girls; 16/30  53% Pupil Premium

Year 1 phonics screening pass
2012  70% (National Average 58%)
2013  70% (National Average 69%)
2014  88% (National Average 74%) Year 2 phonic screening pass
2015  87% (National Average 77%) 2015  91% (National Average 90%)
2016  77% (National Average 81%) 2016  97% (National Average 91%)
2017  83% (National Average 83%) 2017  97%
2018  94% (National Average 83%) 2018  94%
2019  90% 2019  93%
2019 EYFS Good level of Development 74%
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Key Stage 2
Scaled scores range 80 – 120; 100 is expected standard
2018
Year 6 – 28 children in class; 15/27 – 56% boys; 12/27 – 44% girls; 19/27 – 70% Pupil Premium Non PP

% Expected Standard (national comparison) 
Greater Depth 
Average Scale Score (national comparison) 
This cohort Reception outcomes 
Reading 
67 (81) (75) 60% (80) b; 75% (83) g; 58% (79) PP/88% 
11 
104 (104  2017) 
51% 6pts+ 
Writing 
70 (78) 60% b; 83% g; 68% PP / 75% 
19 

26% 6pts+ 
SPAG 
67 (78) 53% b; 83% g; 63% PP / 75% 

104 (106  2017) 

Maths 
67 (78) (76) 60% (73) b;75% g; 58% 68 PP / 88% 
15 
102 (104  2017) 
44% 6pts+ 
Combined 59% (Nat 64%) R&M 67% GDS 11% (Nat 9%) 58% PP Combined / 63% Non
Key Stage 1
Scaled scores range 85 – 115; 100 is expected standard
Year 2 – 31 children in class; 14/31  45% boys; 17/31  55% girls; 17/31  55% Pupil Premium

% Expected Standard (nat ionalcomparison) 
Greater Depth 
Nat (GDS) 
This cohort Reception outcomes 
Reading 
74 71% boys; 76% girls; 76% PP / 71% 
32% (+6) 
75 (26) 
57% 6pts+ 
Writing 
65 57% boys; 71% girls; 65% PP / 64% 
19% (+3) 
70 (16) 
60% 6pts+ 
SPAG 
65 64% boys; 65% girls; 59% PP / 71% 
26 


Maths 
68 64% boys; 65% girls; 64% PP / 71% 
23% (+1) 
76 (22) 
60% 6pts+ 
Combined 
61 50% boys; 71% girls; 59% PP / 65% Non 
13% (+1) 
65 (12) 
Academic Year 2016  2017
End of Key Stage 2 Results

% Achieve Expected Standard (national comparison) 
% Achieve Greater Depth 
Average Scale Score (national comparison) 
Reading 
77 (71) 60% PP 
10 
103 (104) 
Writing 
81 (76) 67% PP 
16 
102 
SPAG 
84 (77) 67% PP 
29 
106 (106) 
Maths 
81 (75) 67% PP 
16 
104 (104) 
Combined 68% (Nat 61%) R&M 71% W&M 71% 53% PP Combined
Average Progress Measures (Provisional) (Nat 0) R +0.8 W +2.1 M +0.9 Sp +4.2
End of Key Stage 1 Results
Reading – 80% working at expected standard; 23% working at greater depth. (76% Nat Exp+ 2016)
Pupil Premium 17/19 working at expected standard 89% 4/19 working at greater depth 21%
This cohort Reception outcomes  53% Reading ELG achieved 2015 13% Reading ELG exceeded 2015
Writing – 73% working at expected standard; 17% working at greater depth (68% Nat Exp+ 2016)
Pupil Premium 14/19 working at expected standard 74%; 3/19 working at greater depth 16%
This cohort Reception outcomes 57% Writing ELG achieved 2015 7% Writing ELG exceeded 2015
SPAG – 67% working at expected standard in test; 25% working at greater depth
PP 12/19 working at expected standard 63%; 3/19 working at greater depth 16%
Maths – 80% working at expected standard; 23% working at greater depth (75% Nat Exp+ 2016)
Pupil Premium 13/19 working at expected standard 76% 2/19 working at greater depth 6%
This cohort Reception outcomes 70% Maths ELG Achieved 17% ELG Exceeded 2015
Academic Year 2015  2016
End of Key Stage 2 Results

% Achieve Expected Standard (national comparison) 
Average Scale Score (national comparison) 
Reading 
50 (66) 47% PP 
100 (103) 
Writing 
77 (74) 71% PP 

SPAG 
67 (72) 65% PP 
103 (104) 
Maths 
77 (70) 71% PP 
103 (103) 
Combined 47% (Nat 53%) R&M 50% W&M 67% 57% PP Combined
Average Progress Measures (Nat 0) R 1.5 (PP 0.9); W +1 (PP +0.8); M +0.4 (PP +1)
End of Key Stage 1 Results
Reading – 72% working at expected standard; 19% working at greater depth.
Pupil Premium 15/17 working at expected standard 88% 3/17 working at greater depth 18%
This cohort Reception outcomes  56% Reading ELG achieved 2014 13% Reading ELG exceeded 2014
Writing – 59% working at expected standard; 9% working at greater depth
Pupil Premium 11/17 working at expected standard 65%; 2/17 working at greater depth 12%
This cohort Reception outcomes 53% Writing ELG achieved 2014 7% Writing ELG exceeded 2014
SPAG – 72% working at expected standard in test; PP 13/17 working at expected standard 76%;
Maths – 72% working at expected standard; 16% working at greater depth
Pupil Premium 13/17 working at expected standard 76% 1/17 working at greater depth 6%
This cohort Reception outcomes 60% Maths ELG Achieved 3% ELG Exceeded 2014
Academic Year 2012  2015
End of Key Stage 2 Results
2012  2013  2014  2015  
R  W  M  R  W  M  R  W  M  R  W  M  
Key Stage 2 % L4+  86%  79%  83%  86%  89%  89%  85%  89%  85%  93%  97%  97% 
Combined 83%  Combined 82%  Combined 78%  Combined 90%  
National Average  86%  81%  84%  86%  83%  85%  89%  85%  86%  
Nat Combined 74%  Nat Combined 75%  Nat combined 79%  
Key Stage 2 % L5+ Reading 
Test 14% Teacher Assessment 21% 
Test 43% Teacher Assessment 46% 
Test 15% Teacher Assessment 44% 
Test 37% Teacher Assessment 47% 

Key Stage 2 % L5+ Writing 
Writing 10%  Writing 29%  Writing 37%  Writing 37%  
Key Stage 2 % L5+ Mathematics 
Test 21% Teacher Assessment 34% 
Test 29% Teacher Assessment 39% 
Test 22% Teacher Assessment 41% 
Test 27% Teacher Assessment 43% 
% of Pupils making (at least) expected progress across Key Stage 2  
2015  Reading 97%  Writing 100%  Mathematics 100% 
2014  Reading 96%  Writing 100%  Mathematics 96% 
2013  Reading 100%  Writing 100%  Mathematics 100% 
% of Pupils making more than expected progress across Key Stage 2  
2015  Reading 37%  Writing 67%  Mathematics 40% 
2014  Reading 30%  Writing 78%  Mathematics 33% 
2013  Reading 50%  Writing 54%  Mathematics 36% 
2012  2013  2014  2015  
R  W  M  R  W  M  R  W  M  R  W  M  
Key Stage 1 L2b+  68%  61%  68%  77%  68%  68%  77%  69%  77%  77%  66%  75% 
National Average  79%  67%  78%  81%  70%  77%  
Key Stage 1 L2+  86%  82%  82%  84%  81%  84%  92%  85%  92%  89%  86%  95% 
National Average  89%  85%  91%  92%  86%  90%  
Key Stage 1 L3+  16%  16%  16%  31%  12%  19%  31%  20%  23% 
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I am very happy with my 3 children’s progress at Brook Acre Primary, they are doing great. (FS1,Y1,Y5 parent, March 2015)
I am very happy with my sons progress in this school. I would recommend this school to anyone. (Y4 parent, March 2015)
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